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After Yang Review

By: Tommy Gleason

Rating: 6.3/10

A slow, sociological film whose experimental cinematography provides a thoughtful filmatic experience building to a weak payoff. 

After Yang is set in a futuristic time where people can make clones or buy robots to build Read the rest

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Abbott Elementary Review

By: Cydnee Dotson

Score: 10/10 

ABC’s newest hit workplace comedy Abbott Elementary is a breath of fresh air to watch in 2022. The show is created by – as well as stars – former Buzzfeed comedian Quinta Brunson. Alongside Brunson Read the rest

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The Batman: Movie Review

By: Tommy Gleason

Rating: 9/10

What sleeps in a cave 

and only at night is brave? 

A bat. 

The Batman garnered the third best Monday at the box office during the pandemic and for good reason. It is a technical Read the rest

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Space Force Season 2 Review

By: Tommy Gleason

Rating: 6/10

Budget cuts, love and foreign adversaries. That is the story of Space Force season two. The seven episode follow-up to Space Force provides a deeper emotional story, but lacks substantial humor.

This season opens at Read the rest

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The Tinder Swindler Review

By: Tommy Gleason

Rating: 7/10

“I want to ask you a favor.” Seven fateful words that dragged innocent women into a ponzi scheme of love. That is the story behind Netflix’s The Tinder Swindler. The documentary, released in February Read the rest

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Red Dead Redemption 2 First Impressions

Red Dead Redemption 2 First Impressions

I played around six hours of this over 60 hour game. No Spoilers will be included.

“Red Dead Redemption 2”, Rockstar’s first new game since “GTA V” in 2013, has finally arrived. After a year delay, reports of 80 hour Read the rest

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First Impressions of Netflix’s “Maniac”

Zach Hohenstein, E23 Reporter

What would we do to escape our current lives?

This is the question that Netflix’s new show “Maniac” asks the audience. Cary Joji Fukunaga, the director of all ten episodes, emphasizes this notion through excellent cinematography … Read the rest

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